Watch: Fauci Admits Covid Shot is New Technology Being Tested on Humans – SWEATING BULLETS [VIDEO]

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Watch: Fauci Admits Covid Shot is New Technology Being Tested on Humans – SWEATING BULLETS [VIDEO]

INFO WARS | March 12, 2021

Fauci grilled more by Mexican comedian than entire mainstream media.

The Covid-19 mRNA vaccine is an experimental technology that has never been used on humans in the past, Dr. Anthony Fauci admitted in a recent interview.

Speaking to Mexican comedian Eugenio Derbez, Fauci was grilled about why the vaccines were fast-tracked by the FDA, and how we can be sure they’re safe from long-term effects.

“Has this kind of mRna technology ever been injected into humans before?” Derbez asks.

“Well this is the first time, and the good news is that the results are really really good,” Fauci answers.

“Ok,” Derbez says, “but, in essence, this is an experimental technology?”

“Well, it’s a new technology and it is proven in a very large group of clinical trials to be safe and highly effective,” Fauci answers.

“Are you completely positive that this new technology is safe? How can we be sure there won’t be long-term effects when these vaccines were seemingly developed so quickly and have only been tested for months and not years?”

Fauci goes on to try to assure the public that “There was no compromise of safety,” and, “Almost all of the bad effects… occur between 15-45 days from the time you get vaccinated.”

In all this time, why hasn’t the mainstream media asked Fauci these basic questions?

Later in the interview, Fauci appears to begin sweating during the hard line of questioning.

Check out video clips in this Twitter thread for some interesting commentary:

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